Bol d'Or: Watch the Race on Eurosport
Posted: 17th September 2016
Race Start Live at 15:00 CET / 14:00 GMT – Race Finish Boradcast Delayed in UK – Loads of Live Coverage In Between...
The Bol d'Or race will be shown live on various Eurosport channels, depending on where you live. In the UK the start (at 14:00 UK time) will be shown live, with bulletins and live coverage shown throughout the evening and tomorrow morning. The race finish will be shown later in the UK due to a clash with BSB racing from Donington; check your local TV schedule!
Press release from FIM EWC
The Bol d’Or is the opening round of the new FIM EWC 2016/2017 season. The 24-hour race, being held at the Paul Ricard High Tech Test Track in Castellet, will be flagged off at 3pm CET this Saturday. Watch the first race of the season live on Eurosport.
In France, Eurosport 1 will broadcast full live coverage of the Bol d’Or from 2.45 pm on Saturday to 3.15pm on Sunday.
Live coverage of the race will also be available on Eurosport International, in alternate slots on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2.
Saturday 17 September
Coverage continues on Sunday 18 September on Eurosport 2 from 7am to 3.15pm.
Viewers can watch the race live on Eurosport Asia Pacific on Sunday 18 September from 8am to 3.15pm (GMT+2). Full coverage of the race will also be available on Eurosport Player, which can be accessed directly from all of Eurosport’s websites. A 23-minute Pit Stop segment featuring race highlights will be broadcast at 10.30pm on Tuesday 20 September on Eurosport 1.
FIM EWC promoter Eurosport Events has also finalized coverage by other broadcasters besides Eurosport. In France, viewers can watch the Bol d’Or from 2.30pm to 11pm on Saturday and from 6.15am to 3.30pm on Sunday on “La chaine L’Equipe”. A 45-minute summary will also air on “La chaine L’Equipe” in France, plus Fox Sport in Asia and Mav TV in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The Pit Stop segment will be broadcast on Garage TV in Spain, and on two Discovery channels in other locations: Turbo in South America, and DTX in Central and Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East.